英 ['rəuli'pəuli] 美
  • n. 卷布丁;矮胖的人
  • adj. 矮胖的
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roly-poly 矮胖的

来自 roly 的同韵构词,由 roll 杜撰出来的形容词。

roly-poly (adj.)
"short and stout," 1820, probably a varied reduplication of roll (v.). As a noun, it was used as the name of various ball games from 1713, and it was used as early as 1610s in the sense of "rascal." As an appellation of a short, stout person, from 1836.
1. A roly tumbler or wobbly man is a toy that rights itself when pushed over.


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